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FEZANA – Federation of North American Zoroastrian Associations FEZANA – Federation of North American Zoroastrian Associations

(e.g Atash Behrams, Agiaries ) To help preserve historical books and documents that speak of Zarathushti religion and heritage To financially assist authors who are interested in publishing books about Zarathushti culture and heritage, such as “The Parsi Cultural Identity”, “ Zarathushti Obsequies” FEZANA – Federation of North American Zoroastrian Associations FEZANA – Federation of North American Zoroastrian Associations http://www.fezana.orghttp://www.fezana.org 27 EXTERNAL AFFAIRS Interfaith/


Telecom Operator Quality of Service Indicators and Regulatory Reporting Requirements ITU Regulatory Meeting for the Arab Region April 2003 LYNNE DORWARD.

TAS (Telecommunications Authority of Singapore) India: detailed quarterly reporting to the TRAI (Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of India) April 2003 LADCOMM CORPORATION 4 Quality of Service Indicators and Regulatory/hierachical and authoritarian form of church government tended to create the cultural context for such regimes to prosper. It should /as Europe. I value the richness of our European heritage and the diversity of fellow European people. The peoples of Europe should be free to have /


Unitarian Universalist Sankofa Project. Unitarian Universalism People of Color Ministry and Leadership.

procedures for pursuing higher education in the United States. I love my job. I have lectured widely on the subject of Comparative Religion in India, Japan, the Netherlands, the UK and the USA. I have published around ten scholarly articles, around forty human interest/Kwok is an opportunity to celebrate and show off Asian women’s strength and power as well as to reclaim our heritage and culture. Today 19 strong Asian woman perform the lion dance all over the city and state and each has an inspiring story/


Communication between cultures 8TH EDITION Chapter 4 Cultural History: Our Antecedents © Cengage 20121Chapter 4 Cultural History: Our Antecedents.

of violence and war, experiences that shaped both the culture and the geographical borders Expansion has been an important part of U.S. history Continuing manifestation of a cultural heritage that emphasizes egalitarianism, independence, frequent change, and a willingness to engage the unknown © Cengage 2012 Chapter 4 Cultural/ Chapter 4 Cultural History: Our Antecedents25 Indian history Diversity characterizes the geography, peoples, cultures, languages, and history of India A product of influences from /


Copyright ©2011, ©2009 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. The Heritage of World Civilizations, Ninth Edition Albert Craig William Graham Donald.

of expansive trade network  Traded with Hellenistic-Roman world, Arabia, India  Animal skins, ebony, ivory, gold, slaves, iron  Era of prosperity  Fine pottery Copyright ©2011, ©2009 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. The Heritage of / or reinforce your previous ideas about “prehistoric” African civilization or culture? Copyright ©2011, ©2009 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. The Heritage of World Civilizations, Ninth Edition Albert Craig William Graham Donald Kagan Steven/


TABLE OF CONTENTS Executive Summary

around the world with an average flying time of six hours or less from Europe, Asia, India and many parts of Africa. Direct flights are now available to and from all of the continents of the world. The Dubai International Airport is / project Dubai has ever undertaken. Dubailand will incorporate a critical mass of attractions and an endless mix of night activities. Experience first hand the richness of ancient Arab culture and heritage. 6.0 DUBAI: VISITOR ESSENTIALS 6.1 VISITOR ESSENTIALS Banks Climate/


Cultural Geography WG.3c, 10b-c.

same characteristics can also link or divide a region. Examples of cultural characteristics would be language, religion, and ethnic heritage Examples of cultural characteristics Language Arabic unites the Arab world Spanish unites the Hispanic/Africa), Kashmir (India) Examples of Cooperation Humanitarian--Red Cross, Red Crescent Economic Alliances--NAFTA, Law of the Sea, multinational corporations, OPEC Examples of Cooperation Cultural Alliances--French speaking world, Commonwealth of Nations Military /


Inauguration of the UNESCO Chair on Preventive Conservation, Maintenance and Monitoring of Monuments and Sites, Leuven (Belgium) 24-25 March 2009 Thematic.

Bamiyan, Afghanistan Based on GGI/WMF Iraq Cultural Heritage Conservation Initiative Bantey Kdei (Angkor), Cambodia IDENTIFICATION OF PARAMETERS TO MONITOR THREATS IDENTIFICATION Gebaseerd op de UNESCO WH Operational guidelines HERITAGE INFORMATION:: ASSESSMENT Meroe (Sudan) IDENTIFYING RECORDING NEEDS PARAMETERS THRU DEFINING THREATS Visitors/Tourism pressures Understanding heritage places ASSESSMENT: PARAMETERSHERITAGE INFORMATION Hampi (India) IDENTIFYING RECORDING NEEDS PARAMETERS THRU DEFINING THREATS/


Pet Shop Boys: Single (1996)  They call this a community  I like to think of it as home  Arriving at the airport  I.

of policy  Regional decision making  Assimilation of non-English speakers  Monolingual myth … International Language Policies  Canada – policy of “official bilingualism” giving equal status to English and French in federal government services, etc… while subsidizing the maintenance of other languages and cultures.  India/ sense of ethnic identity and connection to cultural group  Leads to greater and more positive self-esteem Influences on …  Heritage language maintenance  Acquisition of second /


BACK INDEX NEXT North West South East Central. BACKINDEXNEXT Taj Mahal is one of the seven man-made wonder’s of the world.The entire north India from.

and the greeneries draw the whole world close to it. BACK INDEXNEXT Can the land of Khajuraho be any less exotic than the famous temples? Madhya Pradesh is not called the "Heart of India" only because of its location in the centre of the country. It has been home to the cultural heritage of Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Islam. Innumerable monuments, exquisitely carved temples, stupas, forts and palaces/


Roots of the American People

the story tellers passed on the traditions to younger generations. Cultures of North America Native Americans of North America Far North- People who lived in the Arctic /of Mali was Mansa Musa Mali did very well and Timbuktu became a center of learning. Trade Networks of Asia and Africa By the 1200’s China’s empire had grown They were now trading with India/in government This democracy was based on the education of their citizens The European Heritage The Romans also developed traditions in laws and government /


50 management strategies for (the new) cultural tourism #gir180 December 2014.

up tourist facilities to residents. In Cartagena de Indias, in Colombia, the aim of the Cartagena Mía programme is to enable the city’s residents to access the hotels of the tourist zone. The historical centre has been/ the present into the cultural offer Traditionally, cultural cities (especially monumental cities) have associated culture and the past. Most, if not all, of their monumental cultural offer centres on the vestiges of the past, that is, their heritage. In cultural cities, the present, today/


Conservation Movement And Heritage Regulations Presented By Pradyumna Sahasrabhojanee On behalf of Vidarbha Heritage Society A-2, Indrasagar Apartments,

the cultural heritage and the natural heritage are increasingly threatened with destruction not only by the traditional causes of decay, but also by changing social and economic conditions which aggravate the situation with even more formidable phenomena of damage or destruction. In response to this need, the UK has listed over 500,000 structures, and the US over 1 million. On the other hand, India with/


Travel & Tourism Trends in India. 2 Contents Travel & Tourism India - A Tourist Destination Types of Tourism Favorite Destinations Activities Seasonality.

the second biggest Muslim country in the world attracts a large number of tourists from the Middle East India’s rich spiritual and cultural heritage attracts many international tourists They visit India in search of inner peace and contentment 22 International arrivals in India India is the most preferred destination for more than 42% of the total foreign tourists coming to South Asia In 2003 tourist arrivals reached 2/


A Natural Resource and Cultural Heritage in India Dr. habil. Zoltán WILHELM University of Pécs Institute of Geography Department of General and Applied.

A Natural Resource and Cultural Heritage in India Dr. habil. Zoltán WILHELM University of Pécs Institute of Geography Department of General and Applied Environmental Geography Objects and Methods An integrated system tourism attraction, natural resource, cultural heritage, social space, sustainable. Objects and Methods Field studies Field trips Interviews Data analysis Literature review Case studies Blue = 1997 Green = 2000 Orange = 2003 Red = January - February and July to September/


Regions of the World World Geography SOL 3. Match the following Human Interactions with the Environment 1. Water Diversion 2. Dams 3. Polders 4. Deforestation.

link or divide regions? What are some examples of physical and cultural regions? What are some examples of physical and cultural regions? How does the regional landscape reflect the characteristics of the inhabitants? How does the regional landscape reflect the characteristics of the inhabitants? Religion Religion as Unifying Force Hinduism – mostly in India Hinduism – mostly in India Buddhism – mostly in Asia Buddhism – mostly in Asia Judaism – among Jewish/


Integrated Heritage Management of the Ba Dinh Archeological Site Hanoi-Vietnam (*Alphabetical order) Natsuko AKAGAWA Poon KHWANSUWAN Xuan Anh NGUYEN Van.

into a worldwide influential Site Museum of cultural heritage, a Center for Conservation and Research of Dunhuang Grottoes, and a base for Dunhuang Studies. Contribution of Institute South Asia Sri Lanka- Department of Archaeology, University of Peradeniya. Peradeniya India- Delhi Institute of Heritage Research and Management. New Delhi Department of Archaeology, University of Peradeniya. Peradeniya Heritage Related issues are coordinated by Department of Archaeology The Senerath Paranavitana Teaching and/


South, Southeast, and East Asia Cultural heritage and landscape:

#7 Tokyo Beijing New Delhi Tokyo Beijing New Delhi  Cultural heritage #8  Silks  Batik  wood and ivory carving  ideograms--unique alphabets  jewels  Cultural landscape--Taj Mahal, Angkor Wat, Great Wall of China, floating markets, mosques,minarets, pagodas, temples and shrines,/as a tomb for his wife, Mumtaz Mahal. National Symbol of India http://taj-mahal.indiantravelportal.com/ Taj Mahal Batik-fabric Himalayas Mount Fuji Mount Fuji—outside of Tokyo Mt. Fuji Himalayas—Mt. Everest Gobi Desert Buddha /


Heritage of South Asia Chapter 8. Hinduism  Chief religion of India  No founder  No formal church.

Heritage of South Asia Chapter 8 Hinduism  Chief religion of India  No founder  No formal church Hinduism  A way of life  Shapes and unifies Indian culture Sacred Texts  Vedas  Contain the eternal truths that were revealed to the wise men.  Hindu scriptures.  Oldest sacred texts of Hinduism.  Upanishads  Explains ideas contained in the Vedas Sacred Texts  Ramayana  Mahabharata  Epic poems that explain the law codes of Hinduism. Brahman  Hindus/


Info India Holidays The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.

tourists with villages And culture of Indian village peoples. India Pilgrim Tours India Pilgrim tours enables tourists to see Beautiful temples and pilgrim places of India, here visitors got a chance to see God and Goddess of Indian people. Indian /get deluxe accommodation facilities at reasonable prices. Heritage Hotels in India Heritage hotels of India provides a way to Feel the royalty of Kings while staying in These hotels, a lot of heritage hotels are There in India where you can stay with Best high /


Paris, March 2004 PACT Partnerships for Conservation UNESCO’s World Heritage Centre.

Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) agreed to fund the examination of the state of conservation and to make recommendations for the protection of the World Heritage properties in the Historical Areas of Istanbul (Turkey) and their surrounding cultural heritage assets, in relation to the “Bosphorus Rail Tube Crossing Project” concluded between JBIC and the government of Turkey. Sustainable tourism The programme aims to promote sustainable tourism: to/


India Nepal Tourism Packages Tour to Nepal BY Go Heritage India Journeys +91-11-49814981.

heritage spots in Nepal. Read More Tour Duration:- 7 Days/ 6 Nights Tour Includes:- Delhi-Kathmandu- Lumbini-Kathmandu- Back to Delhi Nepal Cultural Tour Holidays +91-11-49814981 Explore the mysteries of the Nepal Culture in Himalayas. Nepals vast diversity of people, rich culture/- Chitwan-Kathmandu- Back to Delhi India Cultural Tour with Nepal +91-11-49814981 Plan a trip that takes you to through the culture of India and amazing beauty of Nepal. Explore the cultural villages in Nepal where the Tamangs /


Rajesh Kochhar President IAU Commission 41: History of Astronomy Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Mohali Colloquium.

of Astrophysics Bangalore, 25 September 2012 Kodaikanal Observatory as a potential world astronomy heritage site As is well known, Unesco has a mission to safeguard and preserve world heritage sites. Towards this end, it prepares a World Heritage List, in which cultural/ at Dehra Dun under the auspices of Survey of India, and sent to England every week. Dehra Dun continued solar photography till 1925, but more out of a sense of duty than enthusiasm. The larger of the two photoheliographs fell into disuse,/


INDIAN TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY SECTOR

In 2012, India Tourism has launched two new campaigns : an International Campaign called ‘Find What You Seek’ and a Domestic Campaign called ‘Go Beyond’ .  Rich rural landscapes are popular tourist destination for foreigners EMERGING AREAS RURAL TOURISM Rich rural landscapes are popular tourist destination for foreigners Tourists increasingly visiting to explore rich cultural heritage ,educational tours of archaelogist ,historians and anthropologists HERITAGE TOURISM MEDICAL TOURISM/


1 ART and EARTH : Past Present Future Past & Present World Heritage Exhibition by Stone Master Kong Kai Ming Partnership Details.

Meant to be protected… …to date, there are 851 properties in the World Heritage List (660 – cultural; 166 – natural; 25 – mixed) Cathedral, Alcázar and Archivo de Indias in Seville Khajuraho Group of Monuments 5 Vivid Captures of the World Heritage Properties … … in Watercolours Grand Canyon National Park Gulf of Porto Calanche of Piana, Gulf of Girolata, Scandola Reserve Stonehenge, Avebury and Associated Sites Memphis and its Necropolis – Pyramid/


History and culture of the Punjab Part - 3

had opposed the division of India and home land. The Sikhs felt that the demand of Pakistan was going to be very unfair to them. They valued; their holy places, their political interests, their land and their heritage, in spite of all this the Sikhs/, and Heera Singh Dard. Women writers such as Ajit Cour and Daleep Kaur Tiwana meanwhile have questioned cultural patriarchy and the subordination of women in their work. Hardev Grewal has introduced a new genere to punjabi fiction called Punjabi Murder Mystery/


A Brief Introduction to World Heritage Sites in Passive Voice

The Leaning Tower The Inca-Machu Picchu The Colosseum The Easter Island The Stonehenge The Great Wall Sorting Out the World Heritages ––Materials Used The Great Pyramid/ The Great Wall The Easter Island/ The Stonehenge/ The Inca MachuPichu Stones / Rocks/Source (II-4) The Taj Mahal in Agra, India 1.Treasures of the World - Taj Mahal http://www.pbs.org/treasuresoftheworld/a_nav/taj_nav/main_tajfrm.html 2.The Taj Mahal, India http://www.islamicity.com/Culture/Taj/default.htm   Map Collection - World Sites /


1 Asian Pacific American Heritage Month May 2011 “Leadership, Diversity, Empowerment and Beyond” U.S. Customs and Border Protection Office of Diversity.

an environment of cultural fluency. This way, we grow stronger as an organization. This presentation is designed to provide you with a brief overview of a few notable Asian Pacific Americans who epitomize this years 2011 Asian Pacific American Heritage Month theme,/ Mahatma Gandhi was a major political and spiritual leader of India who led the country in the non-cooperation movement in 1922 and Salt march in 1930 and later in the Quit India movement in 1942 during its struggle for independence. October/


Heritage, Language, Technology

and they are engaged in the most urgent struggles to protect their linguistic heritage. (Zepeda and Hill, 1991)   Zepeda, O. and J.H. Hill, 1991. The Condition of Native American Languages in the United States. In R.H. Robins and E/ variation is the order, and cultural habits, rituals, and belief-systems show an equal extent of plurality. In a Times of India’s web-portal, Sandy Sundaram (April 16, 2003) in her ‘Speaking Free’, recollected the peculiar predicament of many multilingual Indians like herself :/


New Research on the International Travelers to the U.S.

$21.1 16% 207% Mexico $18.1 24% Japan $17.6 3% 39% United Kingdom $13.2 -1% 14% Brazil $12.4 9% 137% India $8.9 10% 33% Germany $7.2 -3% 25% South Korea $7.0 17% 52% Record year for travel exports 7 U.S. Visitors & Spending/.0% Washington, DC 5.3% 7.0% Chicago 4.3% Boston 4.0% 4.6% Activities Participation of Overseas & Cultural Heritage Travelers to the U.S. 2013 Overseas Travelers to the U.S. 2013 Cultural Travelers to the U.S. 2013 Shopping 88% 91% Sightseeing 77% 86% Experience Fine Dining 39% 46% /


Indian Chinese Association For Culture, Welfare and Development.

! From more than 26 000 in 1941 to less than 5000 Chinese currently residing in India (Xing et al, 2013). The city is losing its cosmopolitanism, history and multi-cultural heritage. “Kolkata offers several interesting ways to start the day, but few as fascinating and /benefit your company? 1. This festival is the first step in redeveloping China Town, an important tourist site – be a part of this change! 2. The festival is a landmark public event - maximize exposure and reach out to the youth How can we /


National Heritage Language Resource Center, UCLA

they are HLLs (heritage language learners) of that HL (heritage language) and HC (heritage culture) (Hornberger and Wang, 2008, p. 27) Visual check for understanding How many of you teach HL learners who fit the narrow definition? How many of you teach HL / An HL Class: Hindi 100 for HL learners India: Hindi is the official language of the country. Individual states have their own official languages. 29 languages have over 1 million speakers. India’s languages stem primarily from two language families: /


AGENDA FOR CHANGE Culture as a Resource for Regional Development Aid 1 Sergi Torres European Commission, EuropeAid 13 -15 February 2012 Cairo, Egypt.

/watch?v=OaSvnkRFRic 16 Performing arts & civil society The Freedom Theatre, Palestine Promoting freedom of expression Empowering children, youth and adults Breaking cultural isolation 4. Intangible cultural heritage & job creation 18 Intangible cultural heritage & job creation “Art for Livelihood” in India Capacity building project in West Bengal, one of the poorest rural areas in India. 3 200 artists in 50 villages EU funding: 1.3M€ for phase 2 ACTIONS/


Rural to urban and international migration: implications for Intangible Cultural Heritage Regional Consultation Meeting on Intangible Heritage beyond.

of indigenous cultures, particularly in North- East India, cite globalisation and liberalisation of the national economy as being instrumental in causing job losses and loss of traditional skills. For such communities, I find, there is a kind of cultural inertia that dominates the psychology of/ only for trans-boundary cooperation on water, but also for shared heritage. New opportunities and methods surround the emergence of new challenges before governments, multi-lateral agencies and communities. How will/


CHAPTER -4 BIODIVERSITY AND ITS CONSERVATION. BIODIVERSITY  Biodiversity is the variety of life on earth and its myriad of processes.  It includes all.

Cultural Value : The diversity of life on Eath brings us many aesthetic and cultural benefits. It adds to the quality of life, providing some of the most beautiful and appealing aspects of our existence. Importance and uses of Biodiversity (1) Timber : Wood is one of/terms of contribution to world agriculture. NUMBER OF ANIMAL SPECIES IN INDIA AND WORLD NUMBER OF PLANT SPECIES IN INDIA AND WORLD BIOSPHERE RESERVES OF INDIA INDIA’S WORLD HERITAGE SITES THREATS TO BIODIVERSITY Extinction, the elimination of a /


International Activity in the College of Liberal Arts An overview of CoLA international activity: Students Faculty International expertise Curricula Research.

 Ghana o Hungary  India  Iran o Ireland /of Latin America* SPAN 370bHispanic Culture and Civilization: A survey of the cultural heritage of the Spanish-American people* SPAN 434Colonial Literature* Note, not only the variety of disciplines represented, but in many cases representation of art, humanities, and social science fields. Curricula: Global Studies FR 440Literature of the Enlightenment FR 470French Culture and Civilization* GER 101aGerman Language and Culture I GER 101bGerman Language and Culture/


Unit 3 – Case Studies Biodiversity Under Threat. Madagascar Key Characteristics-> Total of 8 plant,4 bird and 5 primate families that are all endemic.

have agreed to the convention and pledge to conserve the World heritage sites. Thingvellir National Park, Iceland is a UNESCO world heritage site due to cultural reasons. The success of the convention include that the area will be closely monitored and if/ back economic development and food production. India Vs. Bangladesh Some rivers(e.g. Ganges & Brahmaputra) go through India and Bangladesh however, a series of dams divert water into irrigation systems and many of India’s largest cities use the river to/


RE (ESZ) DIVISION MoEF&CC 03.08.2016 NOTIFICATION OF ECO SENSITIVE ZONES (ESZ) AROUND PROTECTED AREAS (NATIONAL PARKS & WILDLIFE SANCTUARIES IN THE COUNTRY)

of India of an estimated 164,280 sq.km area.  It is about 1500km long stretching from River Tapti in the north (Gujarat) to Kanyakumari in the South (Tamil Nadu) in the 6 States of Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Goa, Maharashtra, and Gujarat, with an average elevation of 600m and a width ranging from 10km to 200km.  Western Ghats is listed as a World Natural Heritage/


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presented glossy monthly, widely circulated and available at all our missions abroad. Discover India reflects the diverse aspects of India. It deals with Indias philosophy, history, culture, architecture, fashion, art and folklore in both the ancient and modern context. / sections on historical architecture and modern art Walking tours that reveal Delhis monumental heritage A range of accommodation options: sleep the sleep of a Mughal emperor or bed down somewhere cheap and cheerful Tips on where to/


VIRSA Keeping the Punjabi Heritage Alive.

culture reflects a variety of influences; the Punjabi spirit is characterized by joie de vivre, bonhomie and exuberance. Our company, ‘VIRSA’ brings to you a vibrant selection of this land’s rich heritage. Come, take a look! PHULKARI– the symbol of traditional Punjabi art Phulkari is a technique of embroidery, prevalent in Punjab state in India/ This handicraft reflects the traditional Punjabi culture which is the heritage of our forefathers. Our precious heritage will brighten your surroundings with joy /


The Endangered Archives Programme (EAP ) at the British Library Graham Shaw Head of Asia, Pacific & Africa Collections, BL JISC/CNI 6 th International.

insidious threat – gradual cultural homogenisation, aka the McDonaldisation of world culture 6 6 Not All Doom and Gloom At Timbuktu in Mali various projects have combined to preserve a large part of its important medieval Islamic heritage At the Great Mosque of Sanaa (Yemen) some of the earliest known vellum and paper Quran fragments have been recovered At the monastery of Tabo on the India-China border, an Austrian/


Examples of SBE training and curriculum in EU an Italian experience Mumbai October 16th 2004 Francesca De Filippi, Irene Caltabiano Polytechnic of Turin.

of Turin – Dipt. Casa - Città PRESERVATION OF CULTURAL HERITAGE and sustainable development Traditional approaches of the protection of the environment were concentrated on limiting the impacts on the natural and to a certain degree social and cultural / sectors and to promote sustainable responsible investment Participants: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, China, East Timor, India, Indonesia, Laos PDR, Malaysia, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam Brunei,/


Marine World Heritage in the Western Indian Ocean Initial assessment and scoping World Heritage Center marine programme UNESCO Partners Flanders Marine.

, Church JE, Gabrié C. Ocean World Heritage Centre, United Nations Education, Science and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) 124 pp. whc.unesco.org/uploads/activities/documents/activity-13-23.pdf whc.unesco.org/uploads/activities/documents/activity-13-23.pdf Draft brochure – revized version, for use in regional meetings (e.g. at December COP of NC); September Marine World Heritage: Toward a representative, balanced and credible/


Luxury train traveling in India has come a long way since the introduction of Palace on Wheels train in 1982 for promotion of tourism in Rajasthan. The.

5 itineraries offered by the train. With each destination as vivid as the confounding colors of India and tours encompassing palaces, fortresses, World Heritage Sites, cultural sightseeing and spirituality of India, the royal colors of India and its rich heritage sprinkled across vast geography do come alive in each of these pre-crafted journeys. VIPUL M DESAI - http://suratiundhiyu.wordpress.com/ Redefining luxury train travel since 2010, Maharajas Express is/


B.A. LL.B. Vth Sem Constitution of India.

and render national service when called upon to do so; to promote harmony and the spirit of common brotherhood amongst all the people of India transcending religious, linguistic and regional diversities, to renounce practices derogatory to the dignity of women; to value and preserve the rich heritage of our composite culture; to protect and improve the natural environment including forests, lakes, rivers, and wild-life and to/


Teaching Heritage Speakers: Melding theory and practice Maria M. Carreira California State University, Long Beach.

particular language and who exert their agency in determining whether or not they are HLLs (heritage language learners) of that HL (heritage language) and HC (heritage culture) (Hornberger and Wang, 2008, p. 27) Broad definition Narrow definition Learners who fit/; HL Class: Hindi 100 for HL learners India: Hindi is the official language of the country. Individual states have their own official languages. 29 languages have over 1 million speakers. India’s languages stem primarily from two language families:/


MADHYA PRADESH TOURISM SECTOR The Heart of Incredible India.

PRADESH WHY MP? INTERNATIONAL EXPOSURE World level Archaeological Structure - 3 World Heritage Sites CULTURAL DIVERSITY Cultural diversity & Ethnicity Largest Tribal population STRATEGIC LOCATION Strategic Location Heart of India & LARGEST forest State SYNERGETIC LANDSCAPE Extensive Waterscapes, Forests & Wildlife STATE VISIONERY LEADERSHIP INCENTIVE TO PROMOTE TOURISM ACROSS THE STATE MANPOWER MP INSTITUTE OF HOSPITALITY TRAINING PATRONIZED BY MPSTDC & OTHER 3TRAINING INSTUTIONS ACROSS THE STATE. POLICY/


Copyright © Allyn & Bacon 2008 Expressive Culture (Chapter 11)

weddings  May serve to both entertain and keep important cultural or religious knowledge alive Copyright © Allyn & Bacon 2008 Kathakali Theater (S. India) Blend of mythology, acting, and music Dramatizes great Hindu epics Features / the preservation of material cultural heritage  Sites, monuments, buildings, and moveable objects considered of outstanding world value in terms of history, art, and science  Also growing worldwide support for intangible cultural heritage  Living heritage manifested in oral/


Generations to come will scarcely believe that such a one as this ever walked upon this earth in flesh and blood. ~~~ Einstein (about Gandhi) Delhi, India.

country, but rather, in the context of its history and cultural heritage, a highly developed one in an advanced state of decay ~~~ Shashi Tharoor (Indian author. In his ‘The Great Indian Novel’) www.pratheep.com Delhi, India The Indian way of life provides the vision of the natural, real way of life. We veil ourselves with unnatural masks. On the face of India are the tender expressions which carry the/


AN EXPANDED VIEW OF ACCULTURATION: IMPLICATIONS FOR RISK TAKING BEHAVIORS AMONG COLLEGE-ATTENDING IMMIGRANT EMERGING ADULTS Seth J. Schwartz, Ph.D. University.

Philippines; South Asians – India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh; Middle Eastern – Lebanon, Palestine, and Iran. METHOD Measures – Cultural Practices Stephenson Multigroup Acculturation Scale – 32 items (15 for American cultural practices, 17 for heritage cultural practices) Items indexing language use, food preferences, friends, media, et cetera. Heritage cultural practices – α =.89 American cultural practices – α =.83 METHOD Measures – Cultural Values Three kinds of cultural values were measured: Horizontal/


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